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If you live in the southern state of Mississippi then you are among some of the Americans that are able to enjoy the pretty steady comfort of the southern climate. This southern climate is not only nice because of its year round moderation, but it also allows your home's roof to last its longest.
However, if you are in the market for a new roof, replacement or even repair, then use the form on the right. We have prescreened the best roofing contractors in Mississippi. We have verified things like experience, background, insurance and MS state licensing so you dont have to.
Simply fill out the form and up to three local roofing companies will contact you for free estimates, anywhere in Mississippi.
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Mississippi, the 20th state to join the Union on December 10, 1817, is most recognized for its music with well known artists coming out of the state such as opera singer Leontyne Price, Jimmy Buffett of Margaritaville fame, rapper David Banner, and alternative rock band 3 Doors Down. Most famously, Mississippi was home of Elvis Presley who grew up in Tupelo, MS.
It's not surprising how many musicians have come out of Mississippi. When Reconstruction came to the state after the Civil War, and then the boll weevil epidemic along with low prices for cotton, the majority of African American farm owners turned to music, and this is where the nation's tradition of the blues came about. The Delta Blues Museum located in Clarksdale celebrates this deep rooted blues and jazz tradition of Mississippi.
The state derives its namesake from the Mississippi river. The name comes from an Ojibwe word misi-ziibi, which means great or big river. The river is the largest in the nation, makes up partial borders of ten different states, and is the subject of many of Mark Twain's writings.
Besides the Mississippi River, other major rivers inside the state include Pearl River, the Yazoo, Tombigbee, Pascagoula, and the Big Black River. Geographically, much of the state is made up of lowlands. The northwest area is Mississippi Delta.
The state is also rich and diverse in national parks. Brices Cross Roads National Battlefield Site commemorates the Confederate cavalry during a battle on June 10, 1864. The Natchez Trace National Scenic Trail memorializes an ancient Native American path, and Vicksburg National Military Park is a reminder of the siege on Vicksburg which lasted from March 29 to July 4, 1863.
We very frequently serve the roofing needs of the following communities in Mississippi: